Top 5 Most Beautiful Islands in Bermuda

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The beautiful small islands are always the places that tourists want to visit and learn about nature, as well as the indigenous people living there. Today, ... read more...

  1. Cooper's Island is one of Bermuda's most pure and most picturesque natural attractions. The Animal Observation Tower on Cooper's Island Nature Reserve provides a wonderful vantage point for seeing birds, whales, and other wildlife. The tower, which used to be the base of a radar tower for NASA's Tracking Station, now provides a nearly 360-degree unrestricted view of the Atlantic.


    Cooper's Island Nature Reserve, on Bermuda's southern edge, is a calm and unspoiled park with wide walking trails, spectacular views of Castle Harbour, and access to numerous excellent public beaches, including Turtle Bay and Annie's Bay's popular Clearwater Beach.


    The majority of the island is now open to the public, including the 12-acre nature reserve, which is part of Bermuda's national park system. This tranquil reserve combines beach and forest, making it ideal for a day of hiking, swimming, picnicking, bird watching, snorkeling, and turtle watching.


    Location: Southeastern tip of Bermuda

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  2. St. David's Island is one of the most beautiful islands in Bermuda and is part of the British Overseas Territory. It is one of two similar-sized islands that make up the majority of St. George's Parish and is located in the far north of the territory. The island's original size was 503 acres (2.04 square kilometers).


    During World War II, it was expanded to 650 acres (2.63 square kilometers) in 1942 by reclamation and the absorbing of Long Bird Island and Cooper's Island to make room for a US military base (originally the US Army's Fort Bell/Kindley Field, which operated jointly with the British Royal Air Force during the war).


    St. David's Island, in addition to the beautiful and large beaches surrounded by them to help visitors experience swimming, yachting, and other activities, the attraction of this island is also in the small houses with white tiled roofs, which are the main theme, creating peace, quiet, and relaxation in this place.


    Location: South of St Davids in Castle Harbor

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  3. Nonsuch Island is part of the Castle Harbour Islands Nature Reserve, which is located in St. Georges parish on Bermuda's eastern coast. Nonsuch Island is Bermuda's most important place for rare and endangered species and habitat conservation.


    Nonsuch Island
    is one of the first examples of ecological restoration anywhere, with a project underway for more than 50 years to restore a full ecosystem, including all of its associated plant and animal populations in their respective habitats. Dr. David Wingate, Bermuda's first conservation officer, created and maintained this project from 1962 until his retirement in 2000, when it was taken over by Jeremy Madeiros. It is nothing less than an attempt to restore a small piece of Bermuda to what it would have looked like before humans found and inhabited the island in terms of vegetation and fauna.

    Location: Northeast of Bermuda.
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  4. Ordnance Island is a small island off the coast of Bermuda's St. George's town. It is located in St. George's Harbour, close to the shore and opposite the town square. It is the town's lone island, covering only 1.75 acres (7,100 m2), and was constructed by reclaiming land between numerous small islands that were originally present. In the colony's early days, the original islands of Ducking Stool, Frazer's, and Gallows were utilized for executions. Nowadays, Ordnance Island is one of the island's most popular attractions.


    If you are looking for a quiet, beautiful retreat and want to discover a rich history, then come to Ordnance Island to experience a peaceful and fresh holiday.


    Location: In St. George's harbor

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  5. Darrell's Island is a small island in Bermuda's Great Sound. It's in Warwick Parish's northwestern corner, on the southeast side. Bermuda is the only owner of the island.


    Imperial Airways established an aviation station on Darrell's Island in 1936. Imperial Airways and Pan American used this as a stopover on their regular trans-Atlantic flights. During WWII, the island was taken over by the Royal Air Force Bermuda. It reverted to civil operations after the war, until air services were relocated to new land-based facilities at Kindley Field (now Bermuda International Airport). Following that, Darrell's Island was temporarily used as a filming location.


    Historic mansions and old-fashioned buildings are the most well-known features of this island.


    Location: Great Sound of Bermuda

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    Royal Air Force at Darrell's Island, Bermuda. During the world war - Photo: https://www.reddit.com/
    Royal Air Force at Darrell's Island, Bermuda. During the world war - Photo: https://www.reddit.com/



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